South Korean band BTS, or the Bangtan Boys, is breaking one record after another, the latest being garnering five million followers on Twitter early Friday.

The seven-member boy band — with Rap Monster, Suga, J-Hope, Jungkook, V, Jimin and Jin — kickstarted 2017 on a high note with the release of its latest repackaged album “Wings: You Never Walk Alone” in February this year. BTS remained in the limelight for smashing  numerous national and international records following the release.

The K-pop group hit five million followers on Twitter early Friday.

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After ending 2016 with four million followers on Twitter, the band took just over three  months to reach the five million mark. To celebrate the four million mark, BTS had posted a screenshot of their profile covered in pictures of J-Hope, a tradition they have maintained when they reach another million followers.

It remains to be seen whether a similar post will come up soon as the band is currently busy on a world tour — “2017 BTS Live Trilogy Episode III The Wings Tour” — after finishing the South America and United States leg with sold out shows in Chile, Mexico, and three locations in the U.S.—Anaheim, Newark and Chicago.

At the end of March, the group was also signed by Def Jam Records’ Japan branch for a new record deal. Def Jam Records is owned by Universal Music Group. Its U.S. branch boasts of a number of major league artists like Kanye West, Justin Bieber, Iggy Azalea, Alesso, amongst others. 

Twitter has been great platform for BTS with a tweet of a group photo after the group won its first Daesang at the Melon Music Awards being  named the Golden Tweet in South Korea for 2016. The criterion for the title was the most number of retweets to a particular post.